Apple Releases iOS 9.3.5 Update to Protect its Users

Do you own an iPhone? If so, you should be aware that a criminal could be tracking you. The wicked party may not be from Apple. There is good news though. Apple has a new update, the iOS 9.3.5. The iOS update will end serious security and privacy issues that iPhone users face.  There is […]

Best Messaging Apps Available for You Today

What are the best options in messaging apps? Let’s have a closer look at some of the top apps that you can use for online communication: Skype: This is a popular messaging app with quite a reputation. Both individuals and businesses make use of Skype calls and online messenger. Although there is a precedent of […]

Safari Apps and Extensions Enhancing Your Privacy Online

It is true that web surfing is not as innocent as it might seem. In fact, there are various threats that can come up during your web surfing activities. You may be under surveillance and not even know it, since there are myriads of pop-up windows, tracking cookies and other details that you are unaware […]

There’s little we can do, data backdoor already exists

We are not in any case safe even all around the air, any longer. Each time you sign into a gadget and have it associated with the space we call the Internet, it undoubtedly checks for programmed upgrades — unless you’ve turned them off.

Unencrypted communications, how much access does NSA have?

In the event that you haven’t been taking after the news, the encryption wars are back and a colossal Apple versus FBI conflict is the most recent real clash. The FBI needs access to the iPhone that had a place with one of the shooters in the San Bernardino slaughter, and Apple is declining to […]

Apple ordered to backdoor the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone

A government judge in the Central District of California has requested Apple to help the FBI recuperate information from the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone. Be that as it may, the court hasn’t requested Apple to evacuate encryption; they’ve requested Apple to backdoor the iOS.

UK to punish tech firms with criminal charges if they alert users on government spying

A week ago, it was accounted for that Yahoo had turned into the most recent organization that guaranteed to alert clients who it suspected were being kept an eye on by state-supported folks. Twitter, Facebook and Google had already guaranteed their clients that they would likewise caution them of any potential government spying.

13 million users’ account details exposed in MacKeeper data breach

MacKeeper, a brand known for forcefully showcasing hostile to malware to Mac clients, has uncovered record subtle elements of 13 million clients. The spilled record subtle elements were found by security specialist Chris Vickery, who reported the issue to MacKeeper’s German proprietor, Kromtech, posting points of interest of his finding on Reddit on Sunday.